Over the past two years, we’ve witnessed the cryptocurrency market explode onto the scene, minting billionaires overnight, followed by an implosion that has wiped out up to 80 percent of the market’s value. All along, the true believers have continued to insist that this is just the growing pains of a new and dynamic financial […]
It’s about so much more than giving code away.
No fair calling on your Objective-C mavens to bail you out, either.
Time to update your apps if you haven’t yet.
Apple allows Swift apps into its store.
Objective-C is losing the race, per Apple’s plan.
It’s a welcome attitude adjustment.
Big companies like Apple, Facebook and Google are developing their own programming languages, forcing developers to adapt.
Swift is supposed to make it much easier to build iOS apps. That could blow up the entire app market by lowering the cost of entry.
That catch: Putting something easy on top of something hard isn’t guaranteed to make the hard part easier.